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THE WORLD AT LARGE
Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources
Tho Grand Lodyo of Odd Follows of
Missouri created a new olllco in the
order. A grand instructor in secret
work was provided for who will receive
an aniuml salary of $2,400.
CapoGirardoauNews: 1 R. Smith,
late of Cape Girardeau, lias bought
two livery barns at Morley, tliat of
K. P. Eves & Son and also that of H.
F. Earles, and has consolidated tlie
two. Mr. Smith lias moved his famil,
The business man who depends upon
the advertising of his competitor to
draw trade to his town, wants some
thing for nothing, and that kind of a
business man is liable to practice the
same rule in dealing with his customers.
It pa.vs to patronie the advertise!.
Twiee-a-Week Demoeiat: Thomas
C. (Cal) Campbell died Wednesday
morning of consumption at the home
of his aunt, Mrs. Liz,iel''itzliugh, aged
311 years. Funeral services were held
Thursday morning at tho Catholic
church and interment made in Little
Frnirio cemetery. Mr. Campbell
leaves quite a number of friends and
relatives in this eit,, where lie has
made his homo for several ears.
Several camels have been seen re
cently in the Arizona desert. The.
are a part of the number bi ought to
this country b the United States
government in 18(10 for work in the
militnrv department. The.v were not a
success however and were turned loose
The day shall come when the dealer
shall sa., "I am sick of tint,." At the
rising of the sun hegoeth forth to his
place of business and none interferes
with his slumber, lie sittcth all day
like a bottle of castor oil, but peop'e
of shekels come not near him. He ad
vertiseth not bis waies and his place is
forgotten on tho faco of the earth.
Who hath dried apples? Who hath
baking powder without ondl Whoso
groceries are old and stale' lie that
sltteth like a bump on a logl Ilo that
knoweth not the ways of the printers.
And the latter end of (hat man shall be
worse than the first. Sanborn Herald.
Hast Prairie Kagle: The stock law
will be voted on next Tuesduy, and
those who believe that the streets and
allejs of the town should be used as a
pasture for cattle and hogs can vote
that wa, and those who believe that
the town should have a stock law cun
come out and express themselves. The
Kagle is beartilj in favor of a stock
law, believes it just to the town and
that its passage would lie a great help
to the town.
tho crop being ready to gather. The
rock levee below Commerce was report
ed broken this afternoon, which doubles
tho above mentioned loss, making the
total acres of corn ruined 00,000, valued
Commercial Appeal: From the end
of the government levee, which lias
protected Mississippi count) from the
Hood, the Mississippi river lias over
Mowed everything to the high lands at
New Madrid, backing up sloughs and
ditches to the Cotton Holt railroad be
tween Farivnburg and Ea-,1 Prairie,
destroy ing thirty thousand acres of the
finest corn in that rich region, most of
Capo Girardeau News: Deputy
United States Marshal Wildes arrived
in tills citv last night over the Frisco
from Pemiscotcounty, having with him
D. H. Forsvth, whom he ariested at
Cottonwood Point for selling malt
without a special tax stamp, lie was
given a hearing before United States
Commissioner Rage and bound over
to wait the action of the Federal grand
jrtrv, which meets here the second Mon
day in October. In default of $200
bond, he was committed to jail.
Oh, there's nothing quite so mad
dening as a peskv, crawling flea, when
the little cuss is biting in a spot jmi
can not see! Nothing which drives a
man or woman to the point where thev
will swear, like this hopping, peskv
critter, when he's out upon a tear! We
can stand the 'skeeter's humming
'round about our bed at night, but we
break the Ten ( 'ommandments when
the fleas begin to bite, and we can't
conceive why Noah c'er had tho nerve
to hark when Dame Nature nrsi suggest
ed saving two fleas in tho ark. Lx.
Civic League Play.
The Civic League will give their
comic and patriotic entertainment
Thursday. July 22.
The ladies are using tho proceeds of
these plays for a good purpose, and
our people should encourage them.
A full lino of Waltham, Elgin. Ham
den, Springfield nnd South Bund
watches. We handle no 2ndn. Noth
ing but the best, that has passed in
spection at tho fartory. Chas. Good
rich, Carutheraville. 30
1,000 WATCHES FREE.
The Weeklv Commercial gives a
small, regular 12-si.e, thin model,
nickel finish, watch for a club of only
twentv, three months' new trial sub
scriptions at 10 cents each, $2.00, the
amount collected to be remitted with
the 20 names. Each trial subscription
must Ikj new, not now taking the Week
lv, and onlv one to a family. The
w'atch isful'lv guarranteed, niceenough
for anv one 'to wear, a good time-keeper,
and cannot be purchased from any
jeweler for less than two dollars
Drop us a postal card forsamplecopieB
and blanks. r
THE COMMERCIAL. APPEAL,
In any large store there accumulates a number of articles that prove to be slow
sellers. The value is still there, but probably they have not been well displayed, or
maybe now they are just a little out of season, or mabe it is a certain brand of some
thing that the manufacturer has ceased to advertise. At any rate, cost or even less
is a 1 the store expects to get out of them. Our store is no exception to this rule,
as you will note by the following:
Cup and saucer, fancy floral design 10c
Cup and Riiucer, large white, gold trim 10
Plates, 10 in. white, gold trimmed 10
Soup bowls, 5' in. white, gold trimmed 10
Novels, Detective, Love. Adventure, etc 10
Scrub brushes, pxtra quality. . 10
Cake Plates, fancy floral design, 10 in.
regular pric- 75c, cut to
Salad bowls, 9 in. regular pi ice 60c, cut to 50
i Syr up pitchers, fl wered, very pretty 50
' Chiin puff boxes, $1 sellers, cut to 07
Assortment of 10c novelties, all cut to 7
i Awsortmenl of 25c novelties, all cut to 1!)
Assortment 10 and 15c soaps at 8 -.or 2 fur 15
50c i Salad dishes, oblong, SI. 15 sellers, cut to 85c
Chop dishes, 12 in$l 25 sellers, cut to
j Hand lamps, cheap at 50e, now cut to 40
.waicn uoxcb ror noma use, were iuc now o
Kentucky Kondiiion Powders, 21b pkgs 15
2 for 25
B. A. Thomas improved stock food,
31ti packages 15c, 2 for ... 25c
10 in Disc single side Zonophone records
cut to . ... 35
We will now handle double records only.
Wall Paper, a few remnants at less than
Look for the Iinn;:uii Table.
We are agents for EAST
MAN Kodaks, Films and
nthei kodak supplies. i
Pumps, Tubes, Valves,
Plugs, Guards, reaches,
Lowe Bros, and Sherwin Wil
liams paints, enamels, varnishes
stains, buggy am! wagon paints
Window class, etc. A big as
sortment of all size in double
and single strength.
Stock dip and disinfectant
for lie e,
mange on dogs, etc.
fjTT G Castor machine oil, black oil, l'.irm
UlllCJ ers ileliglit h.iivester oil, gnat oil,
buggy oil, harness oil, coal tar, pine tai,
linseed oil, floor oil, etc.
Fif v-Sl different de
signs all new. Some 10c
pnpei that nthcis g 't 15c for. A few
icmnaiits at less than cost.
FichinfT TllPlflO Trolls and Minnow
f litUUlg IdOftlD seines, Minnow Buckets,
Keels, Tackle Boxes, Floats, siukeis, Lines,
Poles, Fisli Spears, Hooks, "tnging. etc.
Brush for Every Purpose.
On tf OZ T Xfi. tmmr' twti.ii. K lltti.i U'if.Jt rn
...i,. ..r 'r ,, '(ipt, l,vlr!i filnilek. S-.'t .50. (Vntniii unfi.tv. .'!(tr'i litnth.u
1I USIIt'. "i - --. -.-..-- .-,.,.., ..,,
!ic. lshidcri for (illicit safety inor S1 00 pci doen.
Keen-Kutter, the kind I Keen-Kiitter and Jorden
that cuts $2 to j.2.51). I P'ifket knives and scis-
Ali kinds of
sors. '1 lie best goods to
buy and the biggest fine
to select from at Letter's.
'1 licse Oiiitais
have a mathe
math ally coirecl
f'ul in model ami have a far carrying musical tone.
Priie fiom $:!.00 to 88.0(1 each."
Edison Phonographs and Records
VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS
'lhese have been selected on account of tlieii fine tone
ami musical qualities. Each Violin has a heavy coid
board case. How included. I'rices fiom $2.50 to'12 00.
Mandolins fiom $:i to $0.
Tiices fiom W.00 to $4.00 each.
From 75c to $3.00 each.
From 5c to $1.50 each.
We have an excep
tionally nice line of 25c
Others at 5c, 0c, 15c,
50c and up.
If is easy to find what
you want when you
have a large stock to
select from that is
why so many people
buy their goods at Lefler's Ding Store.
$1 00, $1 25, $1 50, ?2 00, $2 00 pei bet.
Keep v our mind on Leller quality.
It istfood, and wo will keep it so.
Hieak o'day ahum
Kcpuhlic alarm il.
Luminous a 1 a i m
WATCHES. -Ingersoll " Yankee" $1.
Uncle Sam $1. Ingersoll ".lunioi" !p2
We want .vour business, and we can
please j on.
tii at baseman's
mitts, toe plates,
heel plates utn
score books, ankle suppoiiers, boy's
caps, belts, baseballs, pick nick bails,
lubber balls, etc.
ANTISEPTINE A perfect wood preserver and powerful germ destroyer and disenfectant. When applied to stables, stalls, sheds, pens and
kennels prevents contagious disease among cattle, sheep, horses, hogs, etc. It deodorizes stalls and keeps them free from flies and vermin. Rids the place of
chicken lice in one day. Quart 35c. Gallon $1.00.
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE